High Energy Particle Physics

   

Some Problems About CP Violation In The Neutral Kaon Decay

Authors: Ting-Hang Pei

The CP violation concluded from the neutral Kaon decays in 1964 causes our curiosity about whether it is true. The experimentally observed particles are K1 and K2 which experiences 2π decay in the former and 3π in the latter. In our new explanation, the long-lived KL is more like the superposition of both K1 and K2 states because the 2π decay events are indeed originated from K1 and CP violation doesn’t take place on K2. On the other hand, as long as the K1’s energy is large enough, it can move a very long distance before decay. This situation is like muon passing through a much longer distance to decay. Besides, the estimations of K1’s and K2’s lifetimes have to include the data in 1964 which may result in significant corrections.

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[v1] 2019-10-28 09:36:26
[v2] 2019-10-29 12:16:43
[v3] 2019-11-08 09:12:04

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